Located between Italy and Switzerland, Breithorn is a mountain range that is part of the Pennine Alps and boasts a 4,164 m peak by the same name. It is located between Matterhorn and Monte Rosa and is mostly glaciated. Backcountry skiing is a great way to discover the stunning mountains in this range and the pristine powder snow that covers them. Compare and book a certified guide for your Breithorn backcountry skiing adventure on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from!
Located on the border of Switzerland and Italy, Breithorn offers great backcountry opportunities in the Pennine Alps. The main peak of the range is called Breithorn and boasts an altitude of 4,164 m. Other summits include the Central Breithorn, the Eastern Breithorn, the Gendarm, and the Roccia Nera. Find a certified guide to take you on an unforgettable backcountry skiing adventure on Breithorn and discover the most stunning slopes in the region!
Summer temperatures range between 10°C and 16°C, and can drop lower at night and at high altitudes, and winter temperatures range from -7°C to -10.2°C.
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Ayas in Italy and Zermatt in Switzerland both offer great access to Breithorn.
Italy: +39 Switzerland: +41
For skiing, the best time to visit Breithorn is between January and April.
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